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against their alleged inclusion on the government killed they say they are wrongly suspected of having links to terror groups. the latest on these stories you can head to our to dot com stay with us now for the big picture. welcome to the big picture where we go beyond the headlines this week the immigration debate very controversial but one thing both sides agree on immigration is broken but first as a record number of women are running for congress two candidates who will make you want even if you don't live in their districts holland cook in washington this is our t. america. last
week we introduced you to two candidates one democrat one republican both saying. things that might surprise you this week we're joined by two more candidates both of whom are challenging incumbents so why are more than twice as many women running for congress of this year than ran in two thousand and sixteen these women are fighting to ensure their voices are heard as they often feel under represented across the country as this map illustrates the big picture for young women in both chambers of congress women in the u.s. house women in the senate and no women and one hundred fourteenth congress let's talk to these candidates rosa calderone introduces herself as scientist activist small business owner mother and refugee she is the democratic candidate for
california's fourth congressional district and sara smith introduces herself as a young working woman who worries about my health care my student loans and my economic future she is a candidate in the democratic primary race for washington state's ninth district welcome both and thanks for your time tonight. thank you for having us rosa according to the map on your website the fourth california district includes several of the more scenic places in the usa but does not seem to include your opponent's residence does rep tom mcclintock not live in the district he raps absolutely he does not live in the district so he can't even vote for himself come this election and as close as we're going to get to who is going to win he's going to need his vote to count i think how is he allowed to run. you know it's not against the law in congress as long as you live in the state you try to represent
you are ok to run and unfortunately in my district not only see someone who has never lived in the district but we also have people who have just moved to the district to run as well while this may be new permissible under the law you know this may be news to a lot of voters there now sarah smith you are challenging congressman adam smith who's wife's name is also sarah and your primary and your fellow down that's a lot for voters to sort out how has rep smith failed washington state democrats. representative smith doesn't he's afraid to take a chance he's afraid to stand up for anything he toes the party line he's afraid to take bold stances and in a district that's as dark blue as our district as we swung about seventy two percent for brain sanders in the caucusing in washington he we should expect more and demand more of our representatives we shouldn't just wait for them to take up the mantle of pushing for single payer medicare for all after thirteen years that since its introduction this is the first year he's co-sponsored it and it's also
the first series had a progressive challenger that has a strong campaign so i think that we can do better we should do better and we must do better if we want to be better was he a superdelegate for hillary clinton yes he was despite the fact that the district caucus seventy two percent for bernie sanders he's superdelegate for hillary clinton is a lot of that going on rosa and sarah in that order do i overstate trump backlash is a big reason why so many women are running no i think that's a right statement you know for me the community asked me to run and as a female it takes a little bit longer for you to realize that you are able to lead but i just couldn't stand by continue see what was going on some of the first protests that you saw in washington d.c. were actually right at the trump tower right after the election happened and i was one of the people marching there with my daughter and not knowing what kind of future i could offer her with someone in presidency electron i knew that i had to do something more about it gender
a big factor. i think it is i think women are we're tired of hearing ourselves we talked about the way trump talks about women we're tired of hearing our rights be talked about the way the conservatives talk about our rights we're sick and tired of it and we're done rolling over and you see it with the need to movement right now you see it and with the volume of women running for congress we're done rolling over we're done waiting for someone else to take up the mantle and fix our problems women are waking up and realizing that we're the ones who can fix our problems together and so we're linking arms we're running for congress and we're seizing our power back you are both outspoken advocates of medicare for all and that is pretty much the opposite of what rosa's opponent recommends the store to individuals. the financial means and the wide range of choices to put their families back in charge of their own health care for example instead of all of the tax advantages we give to companies to impose plans on their employees when we give those same tax advantages to the employees so they can go out and choose the plan that best meets
their own needs that they can take from job to job and they can fire for it no longer serves your needs rosa i am on medicare and i love it the system processed over a billion claims last year but do the numbers work would we be better off if people in their thirty's forty's fifty's people too young to enroll under the present system could buy into medicare. well you know the program itself as it stands there's going to be a lot of no not just expansion but we're going to have to strengthen the program so that it works for every single person medicare itself is not perfect but it is our form and our very successful form of single payer that we've been under for quite some time there has been a few medicare expansions in the last few decades and they have worked miraculously you know one of the things that most people have fought for to maintain as part of the cia was the medicare expansion and that's what people were calling the representatives who are regardless if they were public and or if they were democrat
unfortunately for mcclintock this is something that he's going to have to get onboard with he wants to expand company competition in the market but that hasn't worked in fact that just gives more power to health care and pharmaceutical companies to really take people for everything that they have and that is not ok with me and under his plan to repeal the a ca he wanted to take medicare away from over seventy thousand of his constituents here and district for sara if you let to you would be one of the younger members of congress is health care a pickle for people your age. absolutely it is so when i was in college actually i didn't have health care i had to sign on for student health care and it cost somewhere between two to five thousand per semester while me to be on a college plan yes it's extremely expensive and i have a lot of friends especially the way that the economy is for workers right now most of the people in my age group of my age bracket and it's going to happen with the next upcoming generation two are working two to three jobs usually in hospitality
or in the restaurant business where they don't even have the ability to sign up for health care or if they do it's six hundred dollars a month or more and they just can't afford that especially with wages being stagnant or dropping in some areas people can't afford to have health care so they're just foregoing it and they're there waiting on health problems were sitting on health problems until they become major crises single payer polls over sixty percent and it's regardless of democrat or republican it's regardless of age group it's over sixty percent approval for a single payer medicare for all system that's what we need to adopt and we need representatives in office that are not just willing to support it but that are willing to stand up and put everything on the line to fight for it and that's what i want to do in congress for people in my generation and generations to come after mine well this is what bernie was preaching out last time you're both waging ambitious challenges to better funded opponents and you've both sworn off pac money rose how do you compete. you know it's one of the questions that we get constantly
but unfortunately when i'm asked how much money do you have my rebuttal is what does that money actually buy you you know if you look at any of the f.e.c. by any of these huge establishment candidates that are running you'll see that they have a lot of consultants a lot of independent expenditures and a lot of that money we have zero idea what it actually produce for them so what we have focused on is making sure that we are knocking on doors that we're making phone calls and luckily you know we started doing this back in september of last year we are still leading with name recognition and having one tenth of what the leading candidate with in terms of money has in this district so i think that the footwork excess quite a bit and how we're going to overcome money in politics and it's actually one of the things that has helped me bridge relationships with people from other parties if it's one thing that we can all get behind is getting money out of politics my stance on this is i'm going in.